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Time for hysterics and hysteria

Here's an interesting take on bags (and shoes) that speak of badly put together style and a tote bag that accidentally became fashion's most coveted accessory.


Fright of fancy

Directors of horror-gore films are sly social commentators with a point to make about the state of our world.


Well-protected superstar

If you think only Mallika Sherawat, Bappi Lahiri and Aamir Khan roam around with a posse of bodyguards, perish the notion. The star who tops the list when it comes to maximum security is Sunny Deol.


The healthy sceptics

It was all about forest ghosties in last week's story, as ANDREW SIA interviewed people who had personal encounters with spirits and goblins while trekking in Malaysian forests. In Part 2 this week, it's time for the semi-sceptics and staunch disbelievers to speak. Are tales of the supernatural merely superstitious hallucinations?


Po Chu and her mentor

Chan Po Chu, the biggest star in Cantonese cinema in the 1960s, tells WONG KIM HOH how she feels to be back on stage after an absence of 30 years - in a play portraying her mentor, opera legend Yam Kim Fai.


Blasts kill 49 in Egyptian resort - governor

CAIRO (Reuters) - Forty-nine people died on Saturday when a string of suspected car bombs ripped through bazaars and tourist hotels in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, officials said.

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Anti-Japanese feelings run deep

It was all quiet yesterday at the historic I>Lugou Qiao/Ior Marco Polo bridge, the mute witness to the July 7, 1937 shooting incident that triggered the Japanese invasion of China during World War II.


Ambitious big screen adaptation of War of the Worlds

The Earth goes to war in Steven Spielberg's new sci-fi adventure thriller based on the classicIWar of the Worlds/I>.


Tears for fears

Local satirist and humour writer TV SMITH of Dua Sen writes this chilling tale from the year 2022...

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49 schoolgirls killed in crash inferno

At least 54 people were killed when a three-vehicle collision exploded into flames trapping the victims, most of them schoolgirls, inside their burning bus, police said yesterday.